Just got engaged and dream in getting hitched in the city? How about a less conservative option and take your wedding to closer to the sky? There is nothing like the New York City skyline, so go with a unique rooftop location that will give your special day the WOW factor you’ve been looking for. Here are some of our favorite rooftop wedding venues in NYC. As your wedding planner, Beautiful Bride Events can assist you venue hunting and help you to choose the perfect space for you NYC wedding.
620 Loft & Garden
If you're undecided between an indoor or outdoor wedding ceremony? 620 Loft & Garden offers you both! The Loft provides you gorgeous views of the marquee of Radio City Music Hall, Rockefeller Plaza, and the Prometheus statue. The Garden, open year-round for those winter brides, features extraordinary views of Fifth Avenue and St. Patrick’s Cathedral from a manicured historic garden, complete with a sparkling reflective pool. A tented area in the garden keeps the party going year round.
One of the largest rooftop spaces in the City. It can accommodate up to 400 people. Tribeca Rooftop is perfect for the social butterfly bride, with 15,000-square-feet on the 12th floor penthouse to accommodate all of your guests. After the ceremony, take the party down a level to Tribeca 360 where you have over 30,000-square-feet of room to do everything you have pinned on your bridal Pinterest board. Let's just say, there will be no bumping elbows on this dance floor.
Public Hotel opened on Summer 2017 and we couldn't be more surprised when we did a walk through. The Hotel is very modern. The Sunrise Terrace is located on the 17th floor. The two rooms on the same floor is designed with floor-to-ceiling windows showcasing the city skyline. Reserve each room separately or take the whole floor to create a one-of-a kind event. Combining the three spaces the capacity is up to 500 people.
Studio 450 New York City Loft Event Space located in midtown Manhattan, is a penthouse duplex with a rooftop terrace and incredible skyline views. Studio 450 can accommodate corporate events, weddings, media events, bat/bar mitzvahs, pop up stores, fashion shows, product launches, fundraisers, cocktail parties and other special events.
Midtown Loft & Terrace
Midtown Loft & Terrace offers an open-air Terrace that can comfortably accommodate up to 150 guests. A retractable enclosed rooftop is included so the Terrace can be utilized year round, a dedicated modern lobby, and newly designed private elevator opening out onto the Terrace. The Terrace has a gorgeous 360-degree view of the famous Manhattan skyline including the Empire State Building and the majestic Marble Collegiate Church.
The Lofts at Prince
The Lofts at Prince has outdoor deck, two rooftop bars, and a breathtaking view. The Lofts, especially the penthouse with rooftop garden, provide the perfect NYC wedding venue or space to host bridal showers and engagement parties.
Winter is here! And whether you’re having a winter wedding or not, you can still appreciate some of the top trends that are about to be everywhere this season.
On this post, I want to focus on menswear options. Of course I couldn't talk about suits without mentioning The BlackTux, one of the best companies out there that offers an outstanding experience through their rental process.
Check out our list of the best winter wedding color ideas, trends and inspiration, below.
To give balance to the strong Plum color and shades of purple, we suggest pairing a plum bridesmaid dress with a light grey suit. I love how those colors balance well and complements each other. Plum could also be incorporated in the men's tie and floral arrangements as accent flowers. "Greyish" greenery and nude flowers complements a perfect bridal bouquet. Nude linens on tables, plum and dusty green on florals, and transparent ghost dinning chairs make the perfect elegant combination.
My next choice would be the combination of Olive and Black. Keeping classic and more neutral, I suggest with this option, Olive dresses for the bridesmaids which would be paired really well with a modern black tuxedo like the one above. The bouquet should be kept very classic. Details should incorporate the various shades of green, from mint to seaweed, combined with a pale tone like beige. Flower arrangements should be the classic white and green.
And to finalize our winter wedding color ideas - Navy and Marsala. This combination is perfect for a more intense and passionate couple. I would choose a dark Navy suit paired with a burgundy or darker shade of red tie. That color should match the bridesmaids dresses and be as accents on stationary, candle holders, napkins. For flowers, I'd suggest seeds, greenery, and a blush toned ribbon just to give a little softness to the whole look adding at the same time a touch of modernity.
I came across another blog and would like to share their wonderful article : Your Go-To Color Palettes for 2018!
So, what is your favorite winter wedding color trend? Please leave your comment as I'd love to learn your opinion!